Find out what European restaurants to try in San Martino al Cimino including L'Antico Casale, Trattoria-Pizzeria-Enocacioteca il Moderno, L'Altro Gusto, Enotria by Angoletto Della Luce, La Spaghetteria di Viterbo, Lo Scorfano, Rivafiorita
4 based on 287 reviews
The setting is beautiful. Just on the lake of Voco. So quiet, so peaceful, wondeful.Had merenda with prosciutto and cheese. Tasty and cheap.Good local wine
3 based on 611 reviews
The chef came out to tell us the specials, the fish display platter was awesome, however the fresh porcini mushrooms won out. The fettuccine with procini were so good I was tempted to have another order. The suckling pig was moist, served with roasted potatoes. The portions are very generous and service was good. The wine list is great and there are plenty of Lazio wines to sample at reasonable prices. The outside space is very pleasant, almost courtyard like. When we return to Viterbo we will definitely dine here again.
4 based on 457 reviews
The menu will take an hour to get through it. We counted approximately 240 variations of spaghetti on the menu! Ultimately, we gave up and told the proprietor to make us 3 sharing dishes one with fist, one with meat, one with mushrooms. The food was good, but there was a ton of food. After three courses, I was done and spent the next 90 minutes wandering the beautiful night scenes of old Viterbo. There are several better restaurants, but this one was very good. Just bring your appetite.
4 based on 880 reviews
We had a lovely meal here, The sushi toscano was a riff on carpaccio, rolled maki-style, with truffle. Risotto was splendid. Meals are reasonably priced but very cleverly imagined.
4 based on 284 reviews
Had pappardelle pasta and some delicious cuore di lattuga salad for a quick dinner, and would go back there any time. Pasta tasted like pasta, and not like "nothing" with sauce. Very nice. Lattuga came with some kind of fried hamy bits which were also very tasty. Unreserved recommendation!Place itself looks fresh (quite unlike the drab grey surrounds) with imaginative decorations, and the staff are low key, naturally friendly but still know what they are doing. If in the area, do not miss out!Oh, and the price is civilised, relative to all the tourist traps in the wider area.
4 based on 518 reviews
I came back again to San Martino for holidays, and also this time I'm gone to this fantastic Restaurant where I've aeten fried apple with pecorino cheese and honey, fantastic combination, cheeses with fruit mustards, ravioli with purple patatoes with cod sauce and fresh mozzarella. Drinking a good beer from a local brewery. What to say more, very very warm the hospatality , were the clients are wellcome. They speak many languages and you can understand what you eat cos the menu are wrote in 3 languages.If you arethere, try it....
4 based on 283 reviews
I haven't been to all the local restaurants, yet, but I'm surprised it seems to top the list. Don't get me wrong the service was attentive, food was good (we had pizza) and the price was ok. What we felt it lacked was warmth. The main restaurant is a huge tiled room with large tables well spaced from each other. If you are there for a wedding on a lovely summers day it is probably totally different but on a cold and blustery November evening it felt uninviting not withstanding the service. I was hoping for a warm inviting country house but what I got was cold and uninviting. Outside they have a decent garden area with a pretty pergola which strongly suggests their main business is in wedding reception market. One point on the food, we ordered pizza, fine. But they brought us an appetiser of thing focaccia which was very nice but not what you want when you are about to eat pizza! After a few slices of the focaccia she couldn't finish the pizza. Better would have been a lovely canapÃ© that showed off the chefs skill and maybe might have brought me back to try something else other than pizza. I asked for a wheat or white beer but I got a lager. Not sure the waiter knew the difference. The prices were average.
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